See the chevron pattern of light on the concrete pillars in the entryway of this Vancouver home designed by Petkau Architects? They’re cast by water from the glass-bottomed swimming pool above. Photo by Paul Warchol
On the mansard roof of the Second Empire Knudsen House, built between 1877 and no fewer than four cuts of fancy shingles subtly highlight various architectural details. (Photo: Courtesy of the Heritage Square Museum)
If you're expecting to walk into a time capsule when you tour the midcentury modern Shaw House designed by legendary architect John Yeon in Lake Oswego during Annual Street of Dreams, you will be surprised.